BrewDog Launches New Fanzine Beer Club

BrewDog Launches New Fanzine Beer ClubFrom BrewDog:

Fanzine is a completely new type of beer club. This is for the fans, the dreamers, the die-hards and the geeks. With Fanzine we will deliver 3 brand new exclusive, cutting edge craft beers to your door, every fortnight.

You can subscribe to Fanzine right here >>

With Fanzine you can also opt-in or out whenever you want – no annual subscription fees or long-term commitment, just amazing beer.

For a decade we’ve made beers we want to drink, recruiting a legion of craft beer fans along the way. Time to reward that devotion.

These Fanzine beers will be available exclusively by subscription (with limited draft also available through our bars). Every pack of three cans will feature our latest trio of brand new brews, due to the nature of small batch brewing, we won’t be able to confirm what they’ll be in advance, but the surprise is half the fun!

You can expect crazy fresh East & West Coast IPAs, huge Imperial Stouts, single hop pale ales, experimental lagers and fruit infused sours. With Fanzine we will also be raiding our back catalogue of brews and bringing back some of our biggest hits. All delivered to your door fortnightly for only £11 in the UK, or £15 for those based in Europe.

We are also going to give subscribers the opportunity to vote on their favourite Fanzine beers, and these will become part of our permanent line up.

Fanzine is now open for subscriptions – hit this link to check out the club in more detail (including a handy guide to the beers as they release) and subscribe. Our first beers will be shipping from around the 16th April. There are only four days left to subscribe if you want to get your hands on the first edition, so act fast.

Three new beers every two weeks, our fortnightly homage to you.

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